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Tree Dressing at the Weald and Downland Museum

Feeling in the Christmas spirit? Head over to the Weald and Downland Museum Sunday 1st December for an exciting festive event.

The Museum will be hosting a fun event for all ages between the hours of 10.30am – 4.30pm.

Aimed at celebrating the value of trees, the day will see event-goers making greenery headdresses, turning jam jars into lanterns, dressing aspen trees, singing traditional songs and dancing. People attending this day can also look forward to joining ‘the procession illuminated by hundreds of lanterns’.

Guests will be treated to winter warmer drinks such as mulled apple juice, as well as festive treats including spiced biscuits. Donations will be requested but are excepted in any amount.

The event, which takes place during National Tree Week, celebrates the natural world.

The exciting Tree Dressing activities are expected to begin at 12.30pm. The final procession is set to take place at 3.45pm to close the day.

The Weald and Downland Museum’s regular admission prices apply to this event. Annul Members of the Museum, however, are offered free entry.

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